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DVD Builder Crash


roatman

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I have build a slideshow in StoryBoard. When I click on Burn DVD it starts to launch DVD Builder and crashes before it can launch completely. I have turned off all background programs including firewall and anti-virus, I have uninstalled and reinstalled EMC 7, all to no avail.

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I had exactly the same problem with Videowave; launching DVD Builder from it would shut everything down. What I do now is save the finished production in VideoWave, then close VideoWave, then open DVD Builder and insert the saved VideoWave file as a new title. Only then do I burn it; I prefer to do it as an ISO file then copy that file to a DVD.

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Do you have Internet Explorer 7 and/ or Windows Media Player 9 installed?

 

Have you been able to burn DVDs in the past or is this your first attempt?

 

 

Yes, I have IE 7 and WMP 11. And yes, I have burned DVDs before, and come to think of it they were probably before I installed these two updates. Is that a known problem?

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Yes, I have IE 7 and WMP 11. And yes, I have burned DVDs before, and come to think of it they were probably before I installed these two updates. Is that a known problem?

 

Both of them effectively kill EMC 7, 7.5, and 8. To use the software, you have to uninstall them.

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I have build a slideshow in StoryBoard. When I click on Burn DVD it starts to launch DVD Builder and crashes before it can launch completely. I have turned off all background programs including firewall and anti-virus, I have uninstalled and reinstalled EMC 7, all to no avail.

 

Do you have Internet Explorer 7 and/ or Windows Media Player 9 installed?

 

Have you been able to burn DVDs in the past or is this your first attempt?

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Erm . . . shouldn't that be Windows Media Player 11?

 

Yes. My fingers and head were obviously not working properly.

 

Thanks for catching that.

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Well that sucks. Thank you for the info, but that really sucks. God I hate Microsoft.

The problems created by IE7 and MP11 with Roxio Easy Media Creator 7,

do these same problems also exist with Easy Media Creator Version 9?

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